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Title - Job Description Overview

Real Estate Broker

Operate real estate office, or work for commercial real estate firm, overseeing real estate transactions. Other duties usually include selling real estate or renting properties and arranging loans.

Real Estate Sales

Rent, buy, or sell property for clients. Perform duties, such as study property listings, interview prospective clients, accompany clients to property site, discuss conditions of sale, and draw up real estate contracts. Includes agents who represent buyer.

The Real Estate Program at Mt. SAC prepares students with the knowledge and foundation they need to pursue a career in Real Estate. We offer 12 courses that emphasize the principles and procedures of the industry. In addition, Mt. SAC offers a degree and certificate in Real Estate.  


Title - Related Careers   Title - Typical Job Duties
 Real Estate
  • Licensed Real Estate Sales Agents (residential, commercial retail, office/industrial, vacant land)
  • Brokers/Mortgage Brokers
  • Appraisers
  • Escrow Officers
  • Escrow Company Sales Representative (marketing escrow services to real estate agents and lenders)
  • Title Company Representative (marketing title services to real estate agents and lenders)
  • Title Officer
  • Real Estate Office Manager
  • Licensed Real Estate Assistant
  • Loan Officer/Loan Underwriter
  • Property Manager
  • Leasing Agent (commercial properties)
  • Real Estate Development and Investing
  • Real Estate Dealing (house flipping, etc.)
  • Real Estate Staging Services (helping agents stage high end homes for showings)
  • Real Estate Training (coaching, educating real estate licensees)
  • Site Acquisition Representative 

 

    
 Real Estate Broker
  • Sell, for a fee, real estate owned by others.
  • Appraise property values.
  • Contract real estate to clients.
  • Monitor market conditions or trends.
  • Negotiate prices or other sales terms.
  • Obtain property information.
  • Prepare sales or other contracts.
  • Review accuracy of sales or other transactions.
  • Review laws or regulations to maintain professional knowledge.
  • Supervise sales or support personnel.
    Real Estate Sales
    • Advise real estate clients.
    • Appraise property values.
    • Attend events to develop professional knowledge.
    • Contact current or potential customers to promote products or services.
    • Deliver promotional presentations to current or prospective customers.
    • Develop content for sales presentations or other materials.
    • Examine condition of property or products.
    • Identify investment opportunities or strategies.
    • Negotiate prices or other sales terms.
    • Obtain property information.
    • Prepare sales or other contracts.

Real Estate Broker

According to a Career One Stop, the median wage for Real Estate Brokers in California is $63,900. The average hourly rate is $30.72. They project 1,900 new jobs annually through the years of 2012-2022.

Real Estate Sales Agent

According to a Career One Stop, the median wage for Real Estate Sales Agents in California is $49,700. The average hourly rate is $23.91. They project 4,300 new jobs annually through the years of 2012-2022.